Fairfield Inn & Suites Elizabeth City
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Up at 5:30 to catch the 6 AM opening of Steel Bridge. Then waited around for the 8:30 opening at the Centerville Br.Made 50 mile run to Coinjock. Ran aground in shallows just north of the marina but we were able to work our way off.
Surprising number of boats at the marina- mostly big motoryachts. A few sailboats. We were one of the few with full enclosures. Lots of very ...
... we went to the local hot spot bar to hangout and wait for Kristina. We played a corn hole competition and floated around just having a lovely time. Towards the end we ended up outside on that lovely night, waiting for Dipan's dad to pick us up (we were being responsible). That night we crashed hard.
I woke up the next day and I couldn't find my purse anywhere! I was freaking out, it had everything important to me in it at the time... We looked everywhere ...
... offered to drive us to a local country cooking spot named Andy’s. This was exactly what had been on Beau’s mind so we had good food & good company. After dinner we had a handful of chores to complete before we could go out & explore the most populated place we’d been since we started the trip. Later that night we checked out this hidden bar & restaurant named Grouper’s. It had a very well-designed logo ...
... into Elizabeth City around noon today, and the Mariner's Wharf offers 48 hours of free dockage for transient boaters. The dock situation was a slip set up, which we don't have as much experience with. As the conditions were pretty favorable, Pete decided he wanted to go stern in as opposed to bow, the easier way. It took us a couple of tries to get it lined up just right, but the third time was a charm and Pete backed us in perfectly. After a little stretch of ...
... that we watched for that washout and avoided it.
Closer to the beginning of the beach, when you come onto the beach from the road, are a series of large and small black stumps. When I was here over two years ago, we saw maybe 4 or 5. Today there were dozens. They were uncovered because Earl had pulled sand away from the beach. They are remnants of a cedar forest that was here hundreds of years ago. At ...